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  • ComEd says most power should be restored by Thursday night

    ComEd says most power should be restored by Thursday night
    Commonwealth Edison expects to restore power to most of its customers by Thursday night, two days after a violent wave of storms that spawned at least two tornadoes and packed 80 mph winds at one point left about 440,000 customers without electricity...
  • Sniper defense dwells on minutiae

    Yellow legal pad in hand, convicted killer John Allen Muhammad pointedly questions a Virginia police officer who has identified Muhammad as the man he stopped behind the wheel of a Chevrolet Caprice, and released, during a police dragnet near an Oct. 9,...
  • Bracing for the sniper trial

    Lori Ann Lewis-Rivera was the shy little girl with fine blond hair, the teenager who didn't use profanity, the young woman absorbed in mystery novels and, finally, a 25-year-old nanny thousands of miles from home. She was Marion and Jo Lewis' daughter,...
  • Sniper testimony begins

    One was reading a book in bed when the awful call came. Another was trying to get her young niece to take an after-lunch nap when two policemen came to her house. Like the victims of the October 2002 sniper killings, relatives of the victims were...
  • Kate Leaves Hospital After Morning Sickness Treatment

    Kate Leaves Hospital After Morning Sickness Treatment
    LONDON -- Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, left hospital Thursday morning, three days after being admitted for acute morning sickness. She emerged from the hospital accompanied by her husband Prince William and was driven away by a waiting car. A St....
  • Regent's Canal offers picturesque views of London's north side

    Regent's Canal offers picturesque views of London's north side
    LONDON - The Regent's Canal towpath is a tough trail. It is narrow, crowded, bumpy with cobblestones in places, and bicyclists often end up in the canal. There are narrow passageways under bridges, wide enough for one person, who must duck. As an...
  • Southern California Close-Ups: San Diego, Coronado and La Jolla

    Southern California Close-Ups: San Diego, Coronado and La Jolla
    San Diego could be improved. If the county had 75 miles of beaches instead of 70. If the Padres won a World Series or the Chargers won a Super Bowl. Or if the municipal sloganeers dropped "America's finest city" in favor of "You stay classy, San Diego."...
  • PASSINGS: Walter Zacharius, John Gruber

    PASSINGS: Walter Zacharius, John Gruber
    Walter Zacharius Publisher promoted romance novels Walter Zacharius, 87, a publisher and iconoclast who released an unauthorized version of the erotic classic "Candy" and had the savvy and sales talk to help romance novels make the transition from...
  • 2 victims identified in fatal west Orange shootings

    Detectives on Wednesday identified Andre Patterson, 27, and Joshua Sharpe, 29, as the two men who were fatally shot Tuesday night in west Orange County. The double homicide took place about a half-mile from where another man, Marcus Brown, was gunned...
  • For two long minutes, London quietly remembers

    LONDON - Silence is not easy to come by in London, ever, especially on the streets at noon in the capital's center, where the sounds of buses and taxis and people and life thump 24 hours a day, every day, like a vibrant heart. Silence, though, cloaked...
  • Multitaskers may be falling behind

    Multitaskers may be falling behind
    It's not unusual for Liza Gross, a writer and editor of a biology journal, to perform several tasks at once. "I'm thinking about articles that are right in front of me while planning upcoming (story) topics," says Gross, 50, of Kensington, Calif. "Oh,...